The admission rate at the tertiary level is not sufficient and should be increased to 70% in 2015 , noted this morning the Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam , who proceeded to the inauguration of the University of the Mascarene Camp Levieux to Rose Hill . This institution works closely with the University of Limoges in France . The Prime Minister , in his speech , emphasized the importance his government to education at all levels .The head of government is returned to the philosophy of the introduction of free education and free transportation . "We do not want a Mauritian child has no access to education because of lack of means. This is the best way to eliminate the gap between rich and poor , " he said .Navin Ramgoolam stressed the desire to make Mauritius a knowledge hub with the arrival in the country more foreign renowned universities including that of Limoges, Geneva , Middlesex . The University of Montpellier in Mauritius will soon courses in architecture, he said. And remember that this year, a budget of Rs 13 billion is spent on education . "The number of university admission has increased from about 16,000 to 49,000 in a few years . It is not enough, we must increase the rate to 70 % , "said the Prime Minister , which is why the government is building academic centers in several regions , including Piton, Grapefruit, White Mountain .The director of the institution of the Mascarene , Pierre Guillon, himself has had a long career in research in France where he worked at the CNRS . "I came here at the invitation of the Minister of Tertiary Education but because I understood at all levels in Mauritius they speak French perfectly. " And to express its willingness to develop interdisciplinary research . "In a product like cell , do you know the number of elements that come into play ? "Asked Pierre Guillon . It says it wants to develop a partnership with a university such as Valencia .The Minister of Education, Rajesh Jeetah , for his part, explained that the establishment of a university at Camp Levieux is a symbol to demonstrate the government's commitment to make education accessible to all .
Swami Dayanand STI FUSION AND INSTITUTE : University Mascarene welcomed its first students
Founded in 2012 after a merger between the Higher Institute of Technology Camp Levieux and Swami Dayanand Institute of Pamplemousses, University Mascarene welcomed its first students a month ago . Some 1,100 students are currently enrolled in courses at degree level . The institution intends to introduce the masters program in January 2014. The official opening of the University of the Mascarene is scheduled for today .Founded in 2012 after a merger between the Higher Institute of Technology Camp Levieux and Swami Dayanand Institute of Pamplemousses, University Mascarene welcomed its first students a month ago . Some 1,100 students are currently enrolled in courses at degree level . The institution intends to introduce the masters program in January 2014. The official opening of the University of the Mascarene is scheduled for today .The UOM was created in 2012 and is the August 5, 2013 it welcomed its first students. With the creation of the University of the Mascarene Maurice has a fourth university. This new tertiary institution was born of a merger between the Swami Dayanand Institute and the Higher Institute of Technology . It provides the opportunity for students from both institutions to continue to degree , unlike the old system allowing them to obtain a diploma . Although the education and qualifications of the STI were all based on the French model , the management of the new university as recommended by the legislation it will be mainly based on the Anglo- Mauritian model. During a visit to the institution, the director of the IST Broussaud Gilles expressed his desire to minister Rajesh Jeetah the management of the University of Mascarene be made according to the French system. Recall that the Higher Institute of Technology , formerly known as the Polytechnic Institute of Rose Hill, has delivered its first course in the preparatory cycle in September 1998. The institute offered the postgraduate Diploma of Technology ( DUST) validated by the University of Limoges. Open to patent holders of technicians High School Sir Guy Forget of Flacq , HSC sector and scientific or technical Bac S or TSI, the Institute offered both a scientific and professional general education .This university is now organized around three faculties including the Faculty of Business and Management , the School of Sustainable Development and Engineering and the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication and seven research departments. It caters for the year 2013/2014 more than 1100 students including 550 follow the new curriculum license / BSc . Opening Masters is scheduled in September 2014. The UOM which comprises 116 academic staff and non-academic is located on two campuses of Rose Hill and Grapefruit is intended to complement other institutions of higher education in Mauritius . Thus, the diplomas are both the UOM and the University of Limoges in France , according to the European LMD system, which allows students to obtain degrees in Mauritius recognized internationally. Another specificity of the UOM , classes are bilingual programs are designed taking into account the needs of the socio -economic world. The student center also serves to inform students and to monitor and guide students during their academic career to help through mandatory company to find a job placements. Research to a higher level will also be conducted jointly with industry which is proposed to carry out joint research projects or to set up joint laboratories university / company . The official opening of the institution is scheduled for today in the presence of Minister Rajesh Jeetah .
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